Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. pomeridianum

  • Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. pomeridianum  soap plant
  • Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. pomeridianum  soap plant
  • Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. pomeridianum  soap plant
  • Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. pomeridianum  soap plant
  • Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. pomeridianum  soap plant
soap plant

Known for their large, fibrous bulbs historically used by Indians and early settlers for soap, food and to stupefy fish. Long, wavy-margined leaves form a rosette in winter followed in late spring by tall, airy flower stems bearing small white flowers that open in the late afternoon and evening. Great in naturalistic settings in full sun to light shade. Needs to go summer dry once established. Larval food source for the Western Brown Elfin butterfly.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of September 5, 2019:

4in
196 @
$5.00